National Geographic : 1950 Oct
© National Geographic Society 453 n, ol n i!iOi )y n. n, A Pisac Musician Inherits His Flute from Incas, His Costume from Colonial Spaniards Andean styles seldom change. Incas favored loose robes and wrap-around skirts. Sixteenth-century Spaniards forced the Indians into short trousers. The poncho, sleeveless, hand-dyed, and home-spun, came later.